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fc6e93dd-cbed-4fee-96e2-1788a8a0f51f 23.4: Projected Increase in Number of Days Above 100°F
fc82353d-41b1-4b4b-9b31-5822a1923fd2 14.3: Global Emission Pathways for Greenhouse Gases
fca765a3-3014-4dee-8953-bceec1f5dff4 13.1: Pathways by Which Climate Change Will Influence Air Pollution
fce4366e-1edf-415d-b8e4-79d59ba1c01a 19.17: Transitioning Coastal Ecosystems
fcf1b89b-e3ee-48a8-a100-2bf8e2dbcb07 17.10: Ground-level Ozone
fcf1f90f-2686-4753-9068-b4a38f320af1 31.3: Observed Number of Warm Nights
fd1d1686-0adb-4b27-ad58-8f9c76ab3370 44.4d: April 1 Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) at Ben Lomond Peak, UT
fd1ede38-4c27-4f98-b9ff-0896f6074336 2.13: Annual Maximum Precipitation and Changes in Consecutive Dry Days
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fd8cb2e3-bcec-437f-97e8-3c3b5171c1eb 1.3: Projected Changes in U.S. Annual Average Temperatures
fd900c96-cde9-4251-8659-81a11d01762d 20.2: Climate Indicators and Impacts
fdb2445d-9d20-4ffb-831a-33e547458e43 2.4: Observed and Projected Changes in Annual Average Temperature
fdb285c3-53c6-4897-bcbb-3ca5664a33f1 A3.2: Climate Change Indicators
fdc920fc-b635-4f22-8c49-ed1aa69e029f 7.6: Agricultural Productivity
fdcb4a32-09ee-4e4c-a953-13c3c8ea4ec9 2.7: Diminishing Arctic Sea Ice
fdd6c45a-e63e-48f6-8697-661b889be621 1: Start of Spring
fe013857-bbf7-4247-9078-2a7a0a3151b1 A5.24: Pathways to Carbon Emissions Reduction
fe1ad9b9-3516-4623-aa66-4956ceec6891 34.1: U.S. Annual Temperature
fe2559d7-8206-4a82-a7a0-41ca53da2c5d 7.3: Traditional Composting and Soil Carbon Enrichment
fecaa68c-27a2-491e-9a05-b044fd6c053b 18.7: Coastal Impacts of Climate Change
fed9dedd-6558-4788-91a0-efd03688a74b 3.1: U.S. Energy Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Gross Domestic Product
fee4cc35-1c12-48fc-85c3-07bd6e540de7 22.2: Projected Changes in Very Hot Days, Cool Days, and Heavy Precipitation
ff055df4-2994-419d-9cff-cfab7cff1a22 5.2: Changes in Land Cover by Region
ff2608d3-058d-44d2-b1aa-af1e937e9600 24.14: PHOTO: Social Cohesion
ff2b98cf-3397-4abe-971f-718e5c337efa 18.3: Crop Yields Decline under Higher Temperatures